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FOX News
Aug 25, 2011 12:00pm PDT
is next for apple and steve jobs. but, first from fox at 3:00, a category three storm moving to the east coast of the united states and the forecasters warn it could be very destructive. the director of the national hurricane center says look at this chart. most of the eastern seaboard will be in the storm's path. do not worry too much where the eye comes ashore because everybody along the coast is going to get it. this storm is very big and very wet on both sides from north carolina and up to new england and not just the coastal areas, inland people, pay attention, the navy ordering dozens of ships stationed in virginia to head to sea. officials say possible destructive winds make it too risky to be in port. the storm is expected to hit north carolina first, and the governor declaring a state of emergency near the coast. today, she asked the president to declare a federal emergency. >> irene is a big storm. packing a huge wind. perhaps 115 to 120 miles per hour. we know there will be strong surges regardless of how close she comes to our coast. >>shepard: 100,000 members of the national
FOX News
Aug 29, 2011 12:00pm PDT
which the rebels say they are using as a barracks. and now, streaming live tonight from tripoli. steve is sirte the last stand for the qaddafi forces? >>steve: well, shepard, it looks like unless there is another stand, this could be the final major battle in the six month conflict. there are up to thousands of qaddafi loyalists in sirte and concern that in his arsenal there could be a number of scud milaners so right now the rebels are 20 miles outside of sit in three directions. they are approaching but they want help from nato that helped them take tripoli, they want nato to bomb the bunkers and bomb out the missile launchers paving the way to take the stronghold much as possible, and it could be two or three days away. >>shepard: is the fighting over tripoli? >>steve: the sounds of weapons are still present in tripoli. you have an excited and young inexperienced force firing into the air each night but the real battles have been melting away. this city is under control of the rebels for new but it is a challenge to be in control. we have not seen widespread looting but they have th
FOX News
Aug 24, 2011 12:00pm PDT
in intelligence joined the rebellion and the opposition claims it is gaining more ground. and now steve is in the libyan capital. what is the mood there like now? >>reporter: well, even though qaddafi is still controlling one city, and there is more fighting ahead, the mod here is one of celebration, rebels out in what was known as green square and now called martyr square firing everything into the air. we saw truck rolling in throughout the morning releasing anti aircraft guns and firing into the air to a steady stream of gunfire and chanting. interesting i saw several parents with children walking to witness this day, historic day fort nation despite the extreme nature of the violence. a man said it is like if you kept a spring tightly coiled for 4 years there will be an explosion and eruption and that is what we are seeing today. real emotion, too, an older man came up to me and i said how are you feeling today and he said, he breathed deeply and started to cry. he said qaddafi hanged my brother 20 years ago. so, some pent up emotions, really, bursting loose, for the young man with
FOX News
Aug 18, 2011 12:00pm PDT
and got her pregnant. and now, steve is working this from south florida. this could change everything for the hurricanes and it really could change college football across the landscape, poe continually. >>reporter: certainly for the hurricanes it will change for the worse. they are scheduled to open their season september 5th but at this point it is not clear who will be able to take the field. of the 72 players named over the nine-year period, 12 are still on the squad. of those 12, ten are starters including the quaterback. so, it is really not clear who will be able to play. and, all that is dumped into the lap of a first year teach who was hiredout the university telling anything about the five-month-old investigation as far as the athletic director, he is responding, noting how serious this could be for the university. he says that there are tough times ahead. challenges to overcome, and serious decisions to be made but we will be left standing and we will be stronger as a result, but no telling when that will be. >>shepard: i hate to bring it up but is the death penalty a possi
FOX News
Aug 23, 2011 12:00pm PDT
often that world events are taking place and we go live to steve harrigan that is witnessing history unfold. i know you've been doing this for a long time. good to see you. it had to have been astounding. >> reporter: remarkable, how emotions have swung here and it's moving to see it in some of the rebel fighters. once learning about a possible slaughter of some of their neighbors right around that complex of colonel khadafy and jubilation when they took the compound. this is a major symbolic victory for the rebels today because it's been the seat of his power but also a tactful victory. this is the center of command and control. keep in mind it's not just the rebels stormed it and took it. for hours there was nato warplane bombing really hitting hard. everyone wanted to get the job done and get it done quickly because he has been turning his larger weapons on his own people opening up tanks on his own people. so before the slaughter could go any further this had to be done. he is certainly on the run now. high is not in the compound. as far as the fighting itself, you can probably h
FOX News
Aug 3, 2011 12:00pm PDT
to an already difficult problem. >>shepard: thank you, steve. federal government is losing out on tens of millions of dollars because of another political mess in congress. it has to do with unions and so much more. coming up what lawmakers are saying of the decision to shut down the federal aviation administration. and then casey anthony, and judge perry, they could be together again. if she shows up for court. the latest legal twist for the convicted liar is next. are you receiving a payout from a legal settlement or annuity over 10 or even 20 years? call imperial structured settlements. the experts at imperial can convert your long-term payout into a lump sum of cash today. excuse me? my grandfather was born in this village. [ automated voice speaks foreign language ] [ male announcer ] in here, everyone speaks the same language. ♪ in here, forklifts drive themselves. no, he doesn't have it. yeah, we'll look on that. [ male announcer ] in here, friends leave you messages written in the air. that's it right there. [ male announcer ] it's the at&t network. and what's possible in her
FOX News
Aug 19, 2011 12:00pm PDT
and you have steve branch who carries the same name as his son murdered in 1993 saying he is uncomfortable with the idea of the offered plea and even for the three men who were free from prison today, it is bittersweet. listen. >> this is not justice. (inaudible). >> we are innocent and they sent us to prison for our likes and we have to come here and they could only say we will let you go only if you admit guilt. and that's not justice no matter how you look at it. they are not out there trying to find out who really murdered the boys. >>greg: that way a co-defendant who says the three will continue their own investigations to proven their innocence, only, now, they will be able to do it outside of a prison cell. greg? >>greg: thank you, jonathan. and now our legal panel, now, anna sigga and against attorney tamara, i dug deeply into the case and coughed it way back when, 18 years ago, and i always had sort of doubts and reservations about the convictions. what do you think about this strange legal maneuver which basically takes one of the defendants off death row and frees him and the ot
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